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Patrick Wine

Patrick Wine
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A graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder, Patrick supplemented his Cinema Studies and Moving Image Arts degree with a minor in Space; a program teaching students about the various roles space plays in numerous career fields. Having studied spacecraft design/operations under astronaut Jim Voss, astrophysics and cosmology from researchers at the forefront of the field, and space in art, Patrick aspires to share the wonders of the celestial heavens with people around the world. Having gained his passion for astronomy from his father, he hopes the articles he writes will inspire both young and old alike to gaze upon the ancient skies and discover our cosmic home.

Don’t You Know That You Are a Shooting Star?

For millennia, our species has told many a story about the origins of the universe, of the night sky, and of the Earth on...

The Power of Science and Film

In 1968, amidst the ever-growing tensions of the cold war between the United States and the Soviet Union, one of the most influential and...

Three Important Space Photos

Astrophotography, or the capturing of photons of light from distant luminous objects, has long been a phenomenal way to view and study objects outside...

Caution: Don’t Read This Article

Warning: what you are about to read may lead to unscheduled and ravenously rapid mind disassembly. Some readers may find this material too wondrous...

Guided by the Ancients

A foreboding breeze tickles the back of your neck as the cold blisters along your spine. Like a knife through butter, the bitterness of...

The Brightest Lie Ever Told

I’m going to let you in on a little secret; you’ve been lied to. No, that call stating your car’s extended warranty is cause...

Drawn to Life Like a Magnet

For more than a century, mankind has looked into the vastness of our solar system with hopes of discovering worlds that could not only...

Earth’s Evil Twin

The Goddess of Love. The Morning and Evening Star. The star of Wimbledon. Wait, wrong Venus. This mysterious planet has captivated the human race...

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